Ilya Ulyanov
(1831-1886)

Died aged c. 55

Ilya Nikolayevich Ulyanov (Russian: Илья́ Никола́евич Улья́нов; 31 July [O.S. 19 July] 1831—24 January [O.S. 12 January] 1886, Simbirsk) was a Russian public figure in the field of public education. He was the father of revolutionaries Vladimir Lenin, who became a Bolshevik leader and founder of the Soviet Union, and Aleksandr Ulyanov, who was executed for his attempt to assassinate Tsar Alexander III in 1887.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

В этом доме размещалась типография, в которой в 1875-1885 г.г. печатались труды И.Н. Ульянова

ул. Ленина, 73, Ulyanovsk, Russia where they published own works

В этом доме в 1876 - 1877 годах жила семья Ульяновых

English translation: In this house in the years 1876-1877 the Ulyanov family lived

ул. Ленина, 90, Ulyanovsk, Russia where they lived (1876-1877)